Produced in 1938 by United States Steel, "Steel: Man's Servant" presents a lavish Technicolor look at the steel industry prior to WWII. Narrated by Edwin Hill and directed by Roland Reed, with amusical score by Robert Armbruster, the 37-minute film typically accompanied a dramatic feature film in release. The film presents mining activities on the Mesabi Range, with an Oliver Iron Mining Co. steam shovel ripping iron ore from the ground at the film's start. The film goes on to... Topics: U.S Steel, Steel, Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan, 1938, Technicolor, Periscope Film, Stock Footage
"U.S. Steel Hour" A wind from the south (1955) Director: Cordella Stone Written by James Costigan Cast: Julie Harris, Donald Woods Original Air Date: 14 September 1955 (Season 3, Episode 6) Topics: Classic TV, 1950's Television, CBS, Kinescope, Live TV, U.S. Steel Hour, Ireland, 1955
Created in 1959, "Paths of Steel" shows United States Steel and its operations in Pittsburgh at the height of the company's dominance of the steel industry. The movie looks at some of the research being applied to create innovation in the materials industry through alloys, heat treatment, and forging or rolling. The film was directed by James Petrie, a cameraman, editor, and director who made training and motivational films with Louis de Rochemont and via Potter, Orchard &... Topics: Steel, Stainless Steel, Tin, Alloy Steel, Steel Can, Metallurgy, Hardness Testing, Radioactivity,...
Episodes of the old-time radio anthology series "Theater Guild on the Air". favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, Theater Guild on the Air, Theatre Guild on the Air, United States Steel, U.S. Steel
Papers covering Mission District neighborhood issues from 1986 to 2004 were North Mission News, Mission News, and New Mission News. Topics: Poetry Contest, Jim Goldberg, Brian Doohan, Mr. Ramon, Community Health, Chris Collins, Misha... Source: folio